Five Reasons to Use the Private Cloud for Collaboration Apps

By Darryl K. Taft  |  Posted 2014-09-16

Businesses, large and small, are continuing to place their operations and productivity tools in the cloud. Many see the cloud as an opportunity to cut costs associated with hosting their own servers and a way to mobilize corporate information. Those who have taken this approach often find that leveraging the cloud for certain crucial needs can increase business efficiency, thus improving resource allocation. However, placing faith in a public cloud isn't always the right answer for certain business requirements, and today, we are seeing more solutions being offered up in both public and private cloud deployment models. This opens up the argument whether businesses should opt for the private cloud model or continue placing faith in the public cloud. This eWEEK slide show, based on insight from Patrick Charron, assistant product manager at Brother International, looks at several reasons organizations should consider using a private cloud service for business needs, from storing sensitive information to securing communication to meeting compliance requirements.


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